Monday, November 2, 2015
Our Traveling Tribe - What to do and see at the National Bison Range in western Montana
From the site: Our Traveling Tribe - What to do and see at the National Bison Range in western Montana
The National Bison Range is located in western Montana, just an hour northwest of Missoula, Montana. Established in 1908 by Theodore Roosevelt, this refuge is designated as a safe region for the maintenance of a herd of bison (currently numbering about 350 animals!). And while the refuge is maintained for the preservation of bison, many other wild animals have found this to be a safe haven also. During a visit, you are very likely to encounter antelope, coyote, and deer, as well as numerous smaller animals. You may even spy an occasional wolf! The refuge is a great birding destination with over 200 varieties recorded. There are multiple areas of the park to explore and discover; we started out with the visitor’ ...Read more...
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